Transporting diners to the enchanting days of the Raj, Tamasha specialises in innovative and imaginative Indian specialities. Bringing exotic spice to this corner of Bromley, Tamasha has colonial-style design including ceiling fans, rattan furnishings and photographic mementoes adorning the walls.
Delicacies on the Tamasha menu include boneless tandoori duck marinated with pickle spices, sumptuous whole lobster with fennel and spices or crispy soft shell crab with passion fruit and raw mango chutney. Amongst the fresh and exotic sweet creations on the dessert list are pomegranate and rose petal sorbet or caramel and whisky burnt sugar parfait.
Full of character, the Tamasha bar features cricket memorabilia, including Sir Viv Richards’ signed bat. Tamasha Bromley has live music during the week and kids' entertainment on Sundays.
Regional specialities of the subcontinent are executed immaculately at Tamasha. Tamasha restaurant is just a 3-minute drive from Bromley Train Station.
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- child friendly (18)
- dinner (79)
- entertainment (22)
- large parties (37)
- lunch (22)
- luxury (47)
- private dining (20)
- romantic (54)
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10 November 2019
Car park was quite large, with plenty of space at the time we arrived. Food good and varied (main course was Sunday buffet), service efficient. Largely quiet and peaceful atmosphere - except when a birthday cake was brought in to a sudden and loud fanfare for a group at another table.
2 November 2019
We had a very enjoyable evening, the decor of the Tamasha - is very nice and relaxing the staff are fantastic and the food is wonderful.
6 July 2019
18 May 2019
Mediocre. Service ok and food varied in quality from dish to dish. Not sure about the glacé cherry on the prawn dish which was a horrible colour so didn’t look very appetising. Had high hopes but we were quite disappointed. Won’t be dining here again soon.
4 March 2019
A Monday evening dinner, we enjoyed a nice glass of chilled white wine in the Polo Bar served by a helpful bartender with a waxed handlebar moustache, the restaurant represents colonial rule in India and the restaurant celebrates the elegance of the British lifestyle and the natural beauty of India; ratan, white tablecloths, wooden blinds and polite be-suited waiters and silks and turban wearing individuals adding to the restaurants authentic efforts with it's theme. We had the usual papadams served with excellently prepared dips, coconut, mango, fresh diced onion dips as a starter, main was a spicy chicken, cauliflower bhaji, cucumber yoghurt, peshwari naan and an aromatic rice, all excellently prepared and served. It's not really a restaurant for those who try to compare the prices of this venue to the "flock wallpaper2 and plinky plinky tuned restaurant that were the rage in the 1990's, there is no comparison.. a west end quality restaurant in the south east..
7 December 2018
Wonderful ambience- very classy. Service is good and the food is delicious. One of the very few restaurants these days that bother to greet you at the door and take your coat! One of my very favourite restaurants.
28 November 2018
Best Chicken Shaslik one of our guests had ever tasted!!
9 November 2018
Fantastic cocktails in the lovely bar area before dining, and as always great food and service.
11 October 2018
Excellent food and service in spotlessly clean and tastefully decorated surroundings.
8 July 2018
We had a fabulous taste experience. I first visited the Tamasha restaurant 21 years ago and I have always said I would like to go back. The food is still excellent. The service is excellent and the waiters very friendly. I cannot fault any of it. Its quite expensive, but as in all things in life, you get what you pay for.